August 8, 2022

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Pexip’s share is heading downward after the goal of becoming the market leader in the video market.

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The main index started the day higher, but after about 20 minutes of trading, it is fluctuating around 0.

At about 10 a.m. at 9:30, the main index was up 0.02 percent.

Pexip shares rose around 9 a.m., but turned lower shortly thereafter. At around 9.20, it’s down 2.95 percent.

The company announced Thursday morning that it Become a leader in the video market. Then they also mentioned that they are nearing the end of the period with an increased rate of investment in sales and technology, which they believe will improve earnings in 2022 and drive the company toward a positive pre-depreciation and write-off (EBITDA) result in 2023.

One million contracts for Aker Solutions

Before announcing the opening of the stock exchange Aker Solution that they have secured a ‘large-volume’ contract, which the company specifies between 200 million kroner and 700 million kronor, in the Åsgard field. The company will supply underwater pressure units for the gas field and Equinor.

Aker Solutions stock is up 0.42 percent Thursday morning, while Equinor is down 0.10 percent.

Prosafe also had news of the contract in the morning, and Gets Concordia Safe’s fixed rental period extended. According to the announcement, the extension is worth $6 million.

The company’s share rose 1.97 percent to 9.20.

Oil prices are changing

Most of it rose in Asian stock markets Thursday morning, after Wall Street turned higher during the trading day. The Oslo Stock Exchange ended cautiously lower on Wednesday, after its best day of the year.

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– Although markets worldwide have returned to the levels they were at before the World Health Organization announced the omicron virus, the price of oil has not been brought under control, Nordnet analyst Roger Berntsen wrote in his morning report.

Before the opening of the exchange, the price of oil rose, but at about ten at half past nine, it turned around, and the price of a barrel of North Sea oil fell 0.14 percent to $75.86 a barrel.